This program explores the history of the Civil Rights Movement through the life of Rosa Parks, the African American seamstress who refused to give up her seat to a white woman on a segregated bus, impersonated by Ms. Brenda H. Marley.

*This event is co-sponsored with the New Mexico Humanities Council.
Celebrating Women's History Month

Title: “African Instruments”
When: March 6th
Where: Buchanan Hall
Time: 2 pm
Description: Daughter of a Lesotho chief, Camilla Dodson lived many years in South Africa and in Ireland. She was one of five people invited to speak when Nelson Mandela returned to Cape Town after 27 years in prison. Her presentation, African Instruments, describes the role of music in traditional African society using drumming.
*Co-Sponsored with New Mexico Humanities Council



If you have any questions or comments, please contact:

Diana Cordova
Multicultural Affairs Director
Student Success Center (Lower Level of CUB)
ENMU Station 38
Phone: 575.562.4914
Fax: 575.562.4918